An old English measure of corn (e.g., wheat), equal to half a quarter or 4 bushels. Also comb.(noun)
Alternative spelling of combe.(noun)
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Use "coomb" in a sentence
"The Treasury lawyers need to go through the pension contract with a fine tooth coomb and find a get out clause."
"Her triumph over obstacles ranging from the pedestrian to the inconvenient (growing up in the richest city in the world, attending law school, and having a disease the treatment of which was discovered more than 40 years ago), has created what will be a short lived coomb-bye-yaa with most of the major voting blocs in the country."
"The OED defines “coomb” both as a boiling receptacle and as “a sharp and steep ravine where streams all rush downhill”."